Pregnancy & Postpartum Health Alliance of Texas

The Pregnancy and Postpartum Health Alliance (PPHA) is a volunteer driven non-profit dedicated to increasing support for families struggling with Perinatal Mood or Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) (including depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD and psychosis) in Central Texas. Our main initiatives include building alliances in the community, maintaining a website with links to vital resources, providing a database of local providers who have demonstrated expertise in treating PMADs, and offering three programs that provide direct services. We envision a future where there is a community center where families have direct access to all the support services that they may need and a in-patient mother/baby psychiatric unit where women can get the mental health support they need without sacrificing access to their new baby.

The fee structure for the workshops is based off the need to pay our presenters for their time, organize CEU's for licensed mental health professionals and to fund our voucher program. There is a non-CEU /reduced rate for those not needing a CEU or who need a discounted rate. Proceeds collected from the PPHA educational series will be used to fund our programs that provide direct services to families in need. This includes doula, mental health therapy and psychiatric services. To view a list of therapists and psychiatrists that specialize in perinatal mental health, please check out Kristi's List https://www.pphatx.org/who-can-help

The Pregnancy and Postpartum Health Alliance (PPHA) is a volunteer driven non-profit dedicated to increasing support for families struggling with Perinatal Mood or Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) (including depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD and psychosis) in Central Texas. Our main initiatives include building alliances in the community, maintaining a website with links to vital resources, providing a database of local providers who have demonstrated expertise in treating PMADs, and offering three programs that provide direct services. We envision a future where there is a community center where families have direct access to all the support services that they may need and a in-patient mother/baby psychiatric unit where women can get the mental health support they need without sacrificing access to their new baby.

The fee structure for the workshops is based off the need to pay our presenters for their time, organize CEU's for licensed mental health professionals and to fund our voucher program. There is a non-CEU /reduced rate for those not needing a CEU or who need a discounted rate. Proceeds collected from the PPHA educational series will be used to fund our programs that provide direct services to families in need. This includes doula, mental health therapy and psychiatric services. To view a list of therapists and psychiatrists that specialize in perinatal mental health, please check out Kristi's List https://www.pphatx.org/who-can-help

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